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Nov 29, 2013 12:00pm EST
obama wants the website fixed by saturday. white house officials say the site can now handle 50,000 people at once. but they're worried a surge of customers over that number could cause more problems. >> they have the right people. the people have confidence that they're going to get it done. >> reporter: john ingate whose company specializes in e- commerce is one of several technology experts who recently attended a white house situation room briefing about the website. >> i'm betting they're going get it done. >> reporter: despite the government website problems, some companies like walgreens are using the new healthcare law as a model to ensure their employees -- insure their employees. the pharmacy chain is now turning to private exchanges. similar to the public exchanges used for the affordable care act. walgreens says its 160,000 workers now have more insurance options than ever. >> where we had who plans we'll -- two plans we'll now have five plans with five carriers, we have over 25 choices we're going to provide to give them that flexibility. >> reporter: a walgreens to
Nov 28, 2013 12:00pm EST
problems are holding things up once again. the obama administration says the tech team need as full year to complete the fix on this portion of the website. >> it was important for us to prioritize the functionialty that would enable consumers individually to shop and enroll online. >> the white house is rushing to meet its self-imposed sunday deadline for the rest of the website. the obama administration is aiming for 50,000 people to be able to use all at the same time. >>> barbecue for thanksgiving? you bet. we're in the kitchen with our friends from hill country arbecue in just a little stay wit. h us >> after the break, the incredible video after violent storm tearing apart a school during this j >>> welcome back. check out this incredible individual crow from inside a middle school when a tornado hits. the debris raining down from the walls and ceiling, the gymnasiums and the hallways at soesuthw ternlemidd olscho in lafayette, indiana. the storm slammed into the school on november 17. fortunately that was a sunday. so no one was in the school at the time. >>> w
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